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Why I Built A Multi-million Naira Studio In A University – 2baba

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Veteran Nigerian singer, Innocent Idibia, popularly known as 2baba, has opened up on the reason he built a multi-million naira music studio at the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, Osun State.

According to the music icon, he built the studio to reciprocate the kind gesture extended to him by the university.

2baba disclosed this during a breakfast chat organized by “The 2baba Foundation”, held in Lagos.

He explained that he was inducted as a Fellow into the university’s School of Music, which he treasures.

2face noted that the honorary degree the university gave to him was a huge honor and he promised to build a standard music studio for the tertiary institution.

He said, “I built the multi-million music studio in OAU because I was given an honourary degree, as a Fellow of the school of music of the university.

“That was a huge honor for me and I promised them I was going to build a standard music studio for the school, which I did.

“My aim is to give the students a standard space for creativity and I hope the next generation of superstars  will generate from there.

“Also, my next album will be packaged in that studio.” 

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Mohbad: Asking A Mourning Woman To Submit Her Son’s DNA Test Is Evil – Mary Njoku

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Nollywood actress Mary Njoku has expressed her opposition to the request that Mohbad’s wife undertake a DNA test on her son. Recall speculations had gone widespread recently on social media of the paternity of the late singer’s child.

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While more details about the circumstances of his death continue to emerge, some Nigerians are advocating that a DNA test be carried out on Mohbad’s child. Mary Njoku on her Instagram page on Friday, joined the discussion to share her perspective, criticising those who suggested “a grieving woman should undergo a DNA test.” She wrote, “Asking a mourning widow to submit her son for a DNA test is pure evil.

Haba! She just lost a husband! Lost a father to her child! She lost her helper and protector of over 10 years! Let her mourn in peace! ‘’If you can’t support her, don’t add to her misery! Small money don enter now, we are asking for DNA test.

Just because she isn’t rich. ‘’If her husband didn’t doubt the paternity of his child, who are we to think otherwise? Abeg make una no let the dead para for una o! Don’t frustrated his family!!!! Let’s focus on getting #justiceformohbad.”

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Why I Bear My Mother’s Name – Asake

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Popular singer Ahmed Ololade, known professionally as Asake, has opened up on the reason he is using his mother’s name as his stage name.

He explained that while he was in a cultural group people used to refer to him as Omo Asake because his mother’s name is Asake.

He explained that later the ‘Omo’ was removed and he was simply called Asake.

The singer said he found it cool and decided to go by the name.

According to him, “My stage name is actually my mother’s. While I was in the cultural group, people used to call me ‘omo Asake,’ which means child of Asake in Yoruba. And after a while, it just stuck. People stopped adding the ‘omo’ and left ‘Asake.’ I thought it was cool and decided to go by it.”

Asake disclosed this in Pause Magazine’s Autium 2023 edition.

He also said he would continue to sing in Yoruba.

“It is very important to me, and I am not going to lose it. It is what has brought me this far, and I continue to keep it that way,” he said

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How Bullying Affected My Social Skills – Kizz Daniel

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Nigerian singer, Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe, popularly known as Kizz Daniel, has revealed how bullying suffered when he was a child affected his social skills.

The singer said that he was chubby while growing up, and other children would take advantage of his weight to bully and make fun of him.

The ‘Buga’ crooner made this known in the latest episode of the Afrobeats Podcast, hosted by Adesope Olajide.

He said, “I have built a world of my own in my head since I was little. Because growing up, I was a fat kid. I was chubby. So, I don’t go out because the kids in the area make fun of me. They called me orobo (someone who is fat). And they bullied me. So I always stay indoors.

“During that time that I always stayed indoors, I’d already built this fantasy world in my head. In the world that I have built in my head, I’m very comfortable in that space.

“So, I reintroduced myself to the world after I lost weight; I lost all forms of social skills. I don’t know how to communicate. I don’t know how to socialise with people.”

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